National Weather Service Confirms 5th Tornado Touched Down in Wisconsin During Last Wednesday's Storms
Tuesday, December 21st, 2021 -- 11:00 AM
(Bill Wise, WRN) The National Weather Service confirms a fifth tornado touched down last Wednesday in western Wisconsin.
The E-F-Zero tornado damaged several homes and blew trees onto four houses on the west side of the Village of Trempealeau. It was on the ground for about a minute starting at 8:23 p-m.
Meteorologists say the tornado was about 25 yards wide and had estimated peak wind speeds of 75 miles an hour. Two other tornadoes have been confirmed in Clark County that night, along with tornadoes in Eau Claire and Chippewa counties.
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